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  • The aftermath of an incident - an employer's guide
  • Driving a vehicle for work activities is the most dangerous task most of us will do on a daily basis. For most of us, jumping in a car, van, bus or truck and making that trip for work is pretty much the most dangerous part of our day. But what can you do to reduce the risk - both to your employees and your organisation? Read on to find out... Let's have a look at a practical example ... ››› more
  • [13 August 2015]
  • Six sections to include to start your SHE file quickly and easily
  • When starting a new job or project, a safety file is your first line of defence against employee injuries and penalties from the DoL. When you think you need to include over 70 documents in it, it's no wonder most people leave it to the last minute, or don't do it at all. Do you even know where to start? Read on for six sections you need to include to get your SHE File started... Ge... ››› more
  • [17 April 2015]
  • Five important steps you must take when investigating an accident at your workplace
  • You can't afford to waste any time when it comes to investigating accidents at work! You must investigate an accident or near misses straight after it happens. Even minor accidents. So you need to be properly prepared. Why? Because you'll need to refer back to the report when you do your safety risk assessments! The point of your investigation is getting to the bottom of what caused the... ››› more
  • [08 April 2015]
  • Two tips that'll elevate your accident investigation to CSI status
  • When you hear the words 'accident investigation', do you picture walking around an accident scene documenting evidence like a CSI agent? Well it's not quite the same. After all, you're not looking for a criminal, but you are looking for the cause of a serious accident. But this doesn't mean it's any less important. You still have to look for evidence, speak to witnesses and document everyt... ››› more
  • [18 September 2014]
  • Don't let a workplace accident go un-investigated - or else
  • Accidents can tear your company apart. They can become a massive financial drain and could land you in the DoL hot seat. That's why you need to deal with these accidents with the correct procedures. The procedures I'm referring to are your investigation procedures. If you don't follow these procedures to investigate workplace accidents correctly, it could land you in serious trouble. Keep... ››› more
  • [03 September 2014]
  • If accidents terrorise your workplace, here's what to do about them
  • Accidents can seriously affect your company by reducing productivity, causing damage, and even putting your employees out of action. If such accidents repeatedly terrorise your company you need to do something about them. And I don't just mean you should throw another safety precaution at it. You need to deal with these accidents in such a way that'll ensure they don't even happen again. ... ››› more
  • [03 September 2014]
  • Three reasons your investigation team is vital to your accident investigation
  • When it comes to accidents, one of the most important things you can do is investigate. This ensures you get to the bottom of why the accident happened. That's vital for improving your health and safety programme so it can prevent future accidents. But you can't do this whole investigation on your own. And that's where your investigation team comes in. These are the people who help you get ... ››› more
  • [29 August 2014]
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